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Over the summer, a rather technical and dry paper emerged from the bowels of the Treasury. The report is about how well-being can inform policy and it could be of profound importance for public policy in the years ahead if its principles are put into practice by the Chancellor.
In support of Charity Fraud Awareness Week 2021, this blog sets out how to protect your charity's cyber security. What is your ‘defence against the dark arts’?
Read Dan Corry's NPC Ignites speech in full. This speech was delivered by our Chief Executive at our annual conference on 13 October 2021.
Kate Stanley, Executive Director of FrameWorks UK, discusses how charities can influence public discourse and bring about social change. Kate will be speaking at NPC Ignites 2021.
Inspiring Impact is ten years old. Take a look at some of the programme's proudest accomplishments and learn more about what comes next for this initiative.
At an event on 16 September 2021, we launched the next phase of our Rethink, Rebuild programme of work. This initiative is about rethinking how charity and philanthropy operate and rebuilding together. Learn more about our five ideas for the future of the sector via this event recording.
This blog explores what learning partnerships are, what they can do for you, and why you might want to commission a learning partner.
On 7 September 2021, NPC held an event with the Health Foundation on the long-term impacts of Covid-19 on the nation’s health and how charities can help tackle health inequalities. Full recording here.
This blog details how we have been embedding diversity, equity and inclusion across our events work. We hope the steps we have taken will enable NPC and our events to continue to help transform the social sector.
At NPC Ignites 2021, alongside our big presentations and panel debates, we’re hosting a series of breakout sessions which will look in detail at solutions to some of the social sector's biggest challenges. From sessions on open philanthropy, to trauma informed approaches, learn more in this blog.